Today’s Headlines

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  • Why funding must shift from police to community resources (Fast Company)
  • Curfews hurt workers (Eater)
  • Roles and responsibilities of white urbanists (SPUR)
  • How Oakland students organized a massive, peaceful march (Berkeleyside)
  • Protests are not going away (LA Times)
  • There’s no excuse for government-sanctioned violence against the free press – or anybody (LA Times)
  • Police are using bikes as weapons (Forbes)
  • Black lawmakers in California urge support for bills that address systemic inequality (LA Times)
  • CA legislators are still trying to destroy high speed rail (The Sun)
  • Maybe bike-share systems will bounce back (Triple Pundit)
  • Stockton extends universal basic income pilot (CityLab)
  • Taking apart and transporting pieces of decommissioned San Onofre nuclear reactor: planning, time, money (Mohave Daily News)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines

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  • Instead of listening to protestor demands to end police brutality, police deploy tear gas and rubber bullets (SF Chronicle, Patch)
  • The violence experienced by black Americans is an every day occurrence (Grist)
  • City planners cannot just ignore it (Planetizen)
  • One Oakland protest was organized by high school students (EdSource)
  • Cars are weapons (Vox)
    • and closing freeways is a tactic (Fox5)
  • Transit agencies leave people stranded (LA Times)
  • The looming concern: protests and coronavirus (Sacramento Bee)
  • Rural counties don’t want to shut down but tourism isn’t coming (LA Times)
  • Rents are finally dropping (SF Chronicle)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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